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Chesterton CC Carnegie Shadowers

Group status: So we're up and running and reading the books. We will meet Wednesday and Friday in the Library after school - biscuits provided!!
We are a group of Year 9s and 10s who love to read. We are being challenged to read as many of the books as possible and to try different styles of books to those we would normally choose.

The Poet X by Lauren
A very raw and real story, The Poet X is definitely for older readers as it tackles issues like love, religion, acceptance and equality. I went into . . .
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The Poet X by Lara
The cover of the book doesnít tell use much about the book and at the start when I read it, I didnít like it much because it was a bit boring. This wa . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Lauren
A nice book with a sweet story. For younger readers, I think, as the story is centred around playing with cuddly toys and the main character is also j . . .
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Long Way Down by Lara
This book is very nice and very quick to read and it took me less then two days to read it. When you read it, it does not feel like a poem but a norma . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Lara
I find this book very nice to read because it does not have complicated words inside and it's easy to understand. When I look at the cover and the bac . . .
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Rebound by Lauren
The story was quite slow to get going and then rushed at end, and the 'epilogue' was a bit confusing but the ending was sweet. The poetry worked at ti . . .
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Long Way Down by Lauren
This book is deceptively short - probably because its written in verse. I liked how the story was structured, with one person every floor and the whol . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Lauren
This book was basically a history textbook in disguise - crammed with facts and figures at almost any given opportunity. There were nice, sweet romanc . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Lauren
I really like the title of this book, it's so mysterious and intriguing and the cover is also really nice. I read this book a while ago, so cant reme . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Lauren
The title struck me as intriguing and interesting, almost funny, I found myself wondering if it meant literal or metaphorical chicken legs and was alm . . .
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Manor Community College
Cambridge ,
Chesterton, the EAL Adventure
What is you favourite biscuit to munch when reading a good book?

Oreos
Chocolate digestives
Bourbons
Maryland Cookies
Jaffa cakes
Hob Nobs
 
Title: The Little White Horse
Author: Elizabeth Goudge
Illustrator: C Walter Hodges
Winning Year: 1946

One of my favourite books when I was younger, I thought I'd pop this in here until you choose one! Plus you should all give it a try - we all need a little magic in our lives! Mrs Shield [Library Manager]